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- Occupations: Pharmacy
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PORTRAYS THE VARIOUS TYPES OF WORK IN PHARMACY, THE TRAINING NECESSARY & WHERE IT MAY BE OBTAINED.
Zero = first title
00:00 Bacteria under microscope
00:20 Sick child
00:35 Quarantine signs being posted for various diseases
00:48 Pharmacist in laboratory; beakers, test tubes, Bunsen burners, etc.
01:22 Exterior shot of corner drugstore
01:35 Interior shot of corner drugstore
01:52 CU prescription
01:57 Pharmacist fills prescriptions
02:29 Hands typing
02:40 Small pieces of paper being stamped
02:54 Pharmacist's diploma
03:15 Shelves of drugs
04:08 Small pharmacies
04:38 Hospital pharmacies, scientists, chemists
05:38 Hand with pen fills out application for employment (job application)
06:12 Hands picking herbs
07:28 Women pharmacists
07:48 Men shake hands over desk
08:16 Newspaper headline: "Drug Saves Doomed Child"
PHARMACY DRUGS PHARMACISTS LABOR WORKERS VOCATIONAL TRAINING DRUGSTORES RETAIL MEDICINE SCIENCE
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Subject: Above Average Income
Good film, Iowa College style. Covers the topic well (as it sat in 1946).
Subject: "The Phamacist" is a well done
Subject: Better Be Good At Chemistry!
I saw rather intelligent people flunk out even before the big chemistry and pharmacy courses had started. Organic chemistry alone did a few in. Pharmaceutical law was a big pain in the butt when you had hourlies in physics organic and anatomy all in the same week. When I attended, you took those science courses with the pre-med students - no watered down courses there.
Bottom line...a good field but you better be tops at math and science, find chemistry an easy and intriguing subject, as well as being an accuracy freak. And they were right about one thing...girls DO make good pharmacists.
Good film. I especially liked all those boxes of seegars in that cabinet...and the big red rubber douche bag hanging up behind that counter was so nostalgic.
Subject: Pretty informative
Subject: These plain wrappers make the drugs much easier to swallow!